The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 4, 1968 · Page 11
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LEGAL NOTICES 4—Algeria (la.) Upper Des i Moines Thursday, Jan. 4, 1968 REPORT KOSSUTH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION EDUCATION FUND January 1, 1967 to December 31, 196" Receipts: Balance, January 1, 1967 County Treasurer - County Extension Other sources . . . TOTAL RECEIPTS 810,548.20 Fund 24,63:..36 141.01 .35.324." Disbursements: Salary: Galen DeValois (less withholding)* $2,271.58 Dennis Cumberland (less withholding)* 1,277.18 Edith Welter (less withholding, Soc. Sec.. IPERS) . . . .3,6".78 Margaret Pratt (less withholding)* 1.364.61 Carolyn Carlson (less withholding)* 476.50 Ruth Patterson (less withholding)* . . .152.17 Iowa State Bank (withholding) 889.80 Iowa Employment Security Commission (employer s & employee's share) 436.11 la. Public Employees Retirement Fund (employer's i employee's share) 329.00 * Treas. State of Iowa (withholding) 108.62 Shirley Sorsnso.i (less Soc. Sec.) 223.62 Linda Dodds (less Soc. Sec.) 19.12 Collector of Internal Revenue (withholding) 472.30 Travel: Galen DeValois 982.05 Dennis Cumberland 529.55 Margaret Pratt 718.84 Carolyn Carlson 197.92 Ruth Patterson 28.90 Iowa State University (Area staff travel) 360.00 Office Maintenance: County ASCS - rent .4,288.56 Communications : N. W. Bell Telephone Co. - telephone 582.98 Postmaster, Algona - postage 154.35 Office Supplies: Marshall Printing Co 18.55 Hedrick Bros 387.94 Hutzell's 72.01 Modern Business Equipment Co 44.57 Iowa State University 72.60 Grouse Cartage Co 17.25 Panama Carbon Co 17.82 Hood's 1.56 Advanced Systems, Inc 27.61 Galen DeValois 32 Spencer Printing & Lithographing Co 45.47 Bomgaar's 6.96 Iowa State Bank 4.47 Equipment &• Repairs: Obrecht Furnitu-e Co 97.60 General Services Administration 262.54 International Business Machines Corporation 303.48 Modern Business Equipment Co 686.00 Miller Lumber Co 4.97 Harrison's 14.10 Frederick Hardware 23.63 J. C. Penney Co. Inc 8.61 Mirrb Aluminum Co 7.05 Hedrtck Bros 8.65 Coast to Coast Store ...„'... 51.48 Wiltgen Jewelers .._ 16.00 Geo. Allen 103.00 Project Activity Expense: M. E. Church, Wesley, rent 10.00 Algona Public Schools, rent 15.00 V.F.W., Algona - rent 50.00 Finn's - meeting supplies 7.44 Rusk Drug & Jewelry - film 20.46 National Gallery of Art - pictures for 4-H training 2.45 Pratt Electric Co. - fluorescent bulbs 19,06 Coast to Coast Store - light cord, outlets, flood bulbs . . .10.74 Hood's - food for dem. purposes 4.69 Treas., Iowa State University - films for tr. school, auto grip binders, name tags, judging cards . . . .59.64 Carolyn Carlson, food for dem. purposes 3.52 John Dritz & Son - Tailoring equip, for dem. purposes . . .2.98 Frederick Hardware- Knives, cord, clothesline for fair. .12.92 Mrs. Dorothy Abbott, State Fair exhibit transportation .. .15.00 Linda Hoeppner, State Fair exhibit transportation 10.00 Iowa State University Press - books, slides 9,43 Hoard's Dairyman - magazine 1.00 College Printing & Typing Co., book 1.00 Margaret Pratt - Tailoring & 4-H tr. meeting supplies, books 21.83 Steve Detrick, meeting rent 5.10 First M. E. Church, Algona - rent 15.00 Edward Thompson - janitor services meetingexp 5.00 Miller Lumber Co. - Supplies for Fair 1.38 Harrison's - 4-H tr, school supplies 1.82 United Building Center - 4-H float supplies 5,52 Mrs. Theresa Berger - 4-H float supplies 9.97 Dunn's Sure Save - 4-H float supplies 4.72 Edith Welter - meeting exp 6,29 American Legion, Algona - rent 100.00 Mrs. Cliff Teeter - 4-H float supplies 13.02 Chas. Nysaard - rent 10.00 Legion Hall, Bun - rent 10.00 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. - 4-H float sup 1.00 Bomgaar's - 4-H float sup 80 Successful Farming - book 1.50 Hutzell's - volley ball for 4-H 4.85 Seed Laboratory, ISU - seed slides 15.00 Insurance, Legal Notice & Bond : Farmers Elevator Mutual - bond 36.00 Larson Insurance Agency - insurance 25.25 Advance Publishing Co. - legal notice 72.70 Bancroft Register - legal notice 57.55 Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. - legal notice 29.86 Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co. - insurance 24.95 Miscellaneous : County Treasurer - refund .1,510.15 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $24,072.37 Balance Dec. 31, 1967 $11,252.40 (* This amount does not include state and federal funds paid directly to field staff as salary) STATE OF IOWA ) SS. KOSSUTH COUNTY ) I, Wayne Lynch, Chairman, and I, Delores Dodds, Treasurer Of the Kossuth County Agricultural Extension Council, being duly sworn on oath state to the best of our knowledge and belief, that the Hems included in the foregoing Financial Report are a true and correct statement of the receipts and expenditures of the Kossuth County Agricultural Extension Education Fund. /Signed/ Wayne Lynch, Chairman /Signed/ Delores Dodds, Treasurer Subscribed and sworn to before me on this 29th day of December, 1087. Edith Welter NOTARY PUBLIC (NOTAWAL SEAL) ••••*••••*«•••««**, DEVELOPMENTS PROM DEVALOIS «• ~ "" Happy New Year ! Thoughts of the new yearmak e us think about what "tools" migt it help us manage our farms bette r next year. This, plus the fac t that farm size and tax problem; ; are increasing rapidly help ex- • plain the tremendous increase • in interest in farm corporations the last few years. Farm managers have told me that they have more questions in recent months about farm corporations than ever before. Due to this interest we are holding a FARM CORPORATION SCHOOL, Tuesday, Jan. 9, from 9:30 a. m. to 3:15 p. m. at the Extension office in Algona. Dr. Niel Harl, a member of the Iowa Bar and an economist from Iowa State University, will be the speaker. This is an open meeting for farm families and others interested in farm corporations. No sign-up is needed. Some of the topics to be discussed will be : Legal and economic reasons why there has been an upsurge in interest in farm corporations ; how farm corporations are managed and controlled from a voting standpoint ; a look at the limited liability for shareholders; how farm corporations pay income taxes ; a device to transfer farm property; how a self-employed farmer may become an employee and its advantages; and how to form a farm corporation. The meeting is sponsored by Kossuth, Palo Alto and Emmet county Extension service in cooperation with Iowa State University. People from other counties are welcome, also. FARMERS TAX GUIDE - We have a good supply of the new 1968 edition of this popular bulletin. Pick up your free copy or telephone us or drop us a card and we will mail you a copy. The Kossuth County Pork Producers annual banquet will be Wednesday, Jan. 10, at 7 p. m. at the Swea City High School. Excellent food and a good speaker are in store for you. Get your tickets from Dick Kuecker, Algona, president of the association, or any of the board members or at the Extension office. •IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIjjl RAMBLINGS FROM RUTH I'd like to introduce two young people to you. They are Mark Mawdsley and Shirley Becker, the new presidents of the Kossuth county 4-H. They were elected at Rally Night, Dec. 28. Mark is the son of Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. of Burt. He is 16 and has been president of the Plum Creek Boys for three years. Every fair time finds him busy with his baby beef exhibits and horticulture displays. Mark takes part in judging and showmanship activities as well. Mark plays basketball for Burt High and helped coach a winning junior 4-H basketball team. In school, in addition to playing basketball, Mark takes part in band, chorus and has been in school plays. He has been vice president of his class twice. Sunday finds Mark at the Burt Presbyterian church where he sings in the choir and attends Sunday School. He has served as secretary-treasurer of the Youth Budget and is in U.P.Y. Mark feels that he has learned a lot in 4-H and expects to learn still more through his experiences this coming year. Shirley is the daughter of Wilfred Becker of Wesley. Shirley is also 16 and has been a member of 4-H for seven years. She has been reporter, music chairman, secretary, treasurer and vice president of the Wesley Wizards 4-H club. Not only has Shirley had projects in the three major areas in girls 4-H, clothing, food and nutrition and home improvement- but she hiis also exhibited baby beef and taken part in livestock judging. She is active in music and reading and has helped the judges at local achievement shows and at tho fair. At school Shirley is active in varsity chorus, pep club and appeared in an all-school play in 1967. You may be sure that with all of these 4-H activities that 4-H has played an important part in Shirley's life. Both of the.se young people have given demonstrations on a county level and taken part in 4-H activities In Algona. If they sound busy- well they are busy, but they are getting a lot out of life and are putting a lot into life as well. Good luck, Mark and Shirley. I'll be introducing the other officers to you in succeeding weeks. They are listed in a regular news story elsewhere ii i the paper. Former Algona Woman Passes In Louisiana Funeral services were held Dec;. 20 in St. John's Catholic church, Shreveport, La. for Mrs. Anthony (Violet) Goeders, 67, whc) died suddenly Dec. 18 at the honae of her son, Robert, where she; had been living. Interment wa s at Elm wood cemetery, Mason Cil :y. •Mrs. Goeders was born and re ared in Algona and moved to Mason City after the death of her hi) .sband. She was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic church. Survivors include four sons, Je srry E. and Robert W. Goeders, SI ireveport; Maurice A. Goeders, A:rleta, Calif.; and Calvin N. Goeders, Midland, Mich., and one da.ughter, Mrs. Victor (Joyce) CKomer, Grand View, Mo. There are sixteen surviving grandchildren and one great-grandchild, two sisters, Mrs. Tracy Tripp, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and Mrs. Carl Hutchins, Algona, and a brother, Rufus Ashelford, Miles City, Mont. IWrs. Goeders was preceded in dea.th by her husband, Anthony, in:L954. GOP Women Give Parties For Elderly Republican women of Kossuth county remembered the senior cit izens of the county by holding pa rties for them before Christmas. Under the leadership of Virs. Dean Andrews, personal visitations were made to all of t'ne residents in the Burt rest homes, and a gift of fruit and cookies was presented to them. Mrs. Shoenhair arranged the party at the Bancroft home Dec. :18 with an interesting Christmas program. Cookies for refreshments were furnished by several Republican ladies in that area. A gift of fruit was presented to each of the residents. Mrs. Kyle Keith made arrangements for the Christmas party at. the county home Dec. 18. PRINTING Service — Satisfaction — Economy OFFICE SUPPLIES Upper Des Moines Publishing Co, Algona Paul Haase took some high powered equipment to Wyoming to bag some deer and "zeroed" out. His little sister took aim with a mustang and got one just east of Burt. It wasn't federally inspected, so she wouldn't eat it. 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